Hey everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas. I’m back with a review for you!
When Zara started at “big school” in September I went on a hunt online for some customised clothing labels so that I could put them on her new school clothes. I ordered some stick on clothing labels, stick on item labels and some stick on shoe labels from Petit Fernand.
*This is a collaborative post as we were gifted some labels from their website, although some of what I am showing in my post I had purchased myself a while ago*
I was quite intrigued to try the stick on clothing labels as I know that when I was growing up my mum used to either iron or sew my labels into my clothes. This seemed like a much easier way to label everything.
My pack of labels arrived promptly and there are SO MANY! If you are ordering a school pack like I did then you can choose to have another name on some of the labels which is great if you have other children. These are coming in so handy for us as Zara will have a brand new uniform in January as we’ve transferred schools.
You get 145 name labels in total; 30 stick on clothing labels, 20 iron on clothing labels, 30 mini item stick on labels, 10 stick on shoe labels, 40 item stick on labels, 10 medium item stick on labels and 5 large item stick on labels.
The pack also includes a user guide, protective paper for the iron on labels and they also kindly included some really cute stickers for the children at the back of the pack.
With Zara starting at a new school at the beginning of January I am so grateful to be working with Petit Fernand who gifted me a school pack of labels.
I got some made for Zayah too as she will be starting nursery when she’s 3 (a while away but it’s always good to be prepared).
I found the pricing to be very reasonable, I am one to shop around until I find a good bargain but you get a lot for your money here.
I thought it would be good to show you all how well the labels have lasted from the first pack I bought. As I mentioned above, Zara started school in September and her shoes have been worn from 7.30 until about 4pm every day.
The labels I stuck on her clothing have lasted many a wash and don’t seem to be showing any signs of fading or falling off. I used some of the item labels for Zara’s school bag and wellies and which have been through rain and mud and they still look like new labels.
I also used them on her shoes and school water bottle which I wash every day – it’s stood the test of time.
You get so many labels in a pack that it will last for ages and I love that you can add your own little personal touches. I chose rainbows for Zara as she’s our rainbow baby but there are lots to choose from along with being able to choose your own colour schemes on their website. The school pack is £30 from the Petit Fernand website and delivery is free. On their website they have different value label packs depending on what you need. They also have some pretty awesome personalised things like bags and lunchboxes!
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